The Education Governance Review is about how education is run in Scotland.
If you are working with children and young people in any capacity, you can have your say as part of the Review. You can also help others to take part and give their views; including children and young people, parents and carers.
The Review is interested in some big issues and challenges and there are a number of questions posed by the Review. You don’t have to have an opinion on them all, but many are of huge importance to the children, young people, families and communities that PINS Members work with. Questions like:
- What services and support should be delivered by schools?
- How can children, parents, communities, employers, colleges, universities and others play a stronger role in school life? What actions should be taken to support this?
- How can the governance arrangements support more community-led early learning and childcare provision?
- How can effective collaboration amongst teachers and practitioners be further encouraged and incentivised?
- How could the accountability arrangements for education be improved?
Visit the PINS Education Review page to find out more about how you can have your say: